Through the use of 80's synth and 90's angst, Val Astaire is unafraid to create songs that test the limits of social norms in hopes to spark a conversation and has created a lasting connection with his listeners through his indie-pop anthems.
“I think we all have the potential to be a vessel for something greater. Creating is where I feel the most expressive. And if I’m able to exercise that creativity and express a truth which evokes emotion and speaks passion - then the possibilities of connecting through one another are endless.”
This message rings especially true in his debut album “Fever Dreams” released July 17, 2020 via ESI Records. Throughout the album, Val Astaire hold no bars when it comes to particularly sensitive subjects such as loss, opioid addiction, religious condemnation, and suicide awareness.
The album has drawn many comparisons to its sonic predecessors both current and past including The Cure, Tears for Fears, David Bowie, The 1975 and even The Weeknd.
Val Astaire’s debut album “Fever Dreams” is available everywhere now.